James Green, Fred Bock Publishing Group Editor

Fred Bock Publishing Group

James E. Green

James E. Green is our Managing Editor at Fred Bock Publishing Group. Before joining FBPG, James worked as in-house Editor with Hinshaw Music and Walton Music. James finds joy in the hundreds of relationships that he has built with composers over the years.

James is also a composer/arranger. In addition to having multiple choral titles published by Hinshaw Music and Walton, he has written pieces for dance troupes, saxophone, Native American Flute and concert bands. He has also served as an advisor to the Board of Directors for the Durham Children’s Choir and guest conducts and lectures on topics such as composing, wind instruments and the music business.

James E. Green has unquestionably developed an affinity for the language, music and culture of the Native American Cherokee tribe.

James has taken great pride in connecting with the Cherokee Nation (Tahlequah, OK) and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (Cherokee, NC) and has put forth substantial efforts to keep the Cherokee language alive through choral music. James composes and arranges Cherokee music using the Western/Overhill Cherokee dialect and the Eastern/Kituwah dialect. In his free time, James records and uploads his saxophone performances to his YouTube channel. In addition, he enjoys making Native American Flutes and composing original songs for the instrument.

James Green is our Managing Editor at Fred Bock Publishing Group.

As well as being our Managing Editor at Fred Bock Publishing Group, James is an accomplished composer/arranger with multiple choral titles available on our Hinshaw Music website.

James Green Arrangements

Franz Biebl’s Ave Maria Virtual Choir Notre Dame Glee Club

Would you be mine? Could you be mine? Its a neighborly day in this beautywood a neighborly day for a beauty. Would you be mine? Could you be mine.

Gentry Publications is a division of Fred Bock Publishing Group

You wanna be where you can see our troubles are all the same. You wanna be where everybody knows Your name. Straightnin’ the curves. Flatnin’ the hills Someday the mountain might get ‘em but the law never will? Come and dance on our floor. Take a step that is new. 

“You wanna be where you can see our troubles are all the same. You wanna be where everybody knows Your name. Straightnin’ the curves. Flatnin’ the hills Someday the mountain might get ‘em.”

— Person Name

You wanna be where you can see our troubles are all the same. You wanna be where everybody knows Your name. Straightnin’ the curves. Flatnin’ the hills Someday the mountain might get ‘em but the law never will? Come and dance on our floor. Take a step that is new. 

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